The Transport Department in Delhi has reported that it will be obligatory for all taxis and cars to show QR codes from one month from now. Travellers can examine the codes utilizing the 'Himmat Plus' application, which shows every one of the insights about the driver to the traveller so they can impart it to their family or companions while voyaging.
To make the QR codes compulsory, the Transport Department likewise declared that no licenses will be issued if taxicab and auto proprietors don't hold fast to the new running the show. The QR code choice was taken in Delhi's State Transport Authority (STA) executive gathering which was held a month ago. The board had chosen that the codes will be shown obviously and in an available way in the vehicles of allow holders.
On the off chance that any auto, taxi or other open administration vehicle disregards the above decision, a fine of Rs 5,000 will be forced. As indicated by Transport Department authorities they have officially gathered a database of more than 3,000 drivers working in Delhi. The 'Himmat Plus' application was propelled in 2017 as a wellbeing measure for ladies travellers and was at first just accessible in taxicabs working at the air terminal. In any case, the application was later refreshed work on cars and e-rickshaws grabbing travellers from select Metro stations. Another refresh was discharged not long ago, which could check QR codes.